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EMR Shielding Paint
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ECOS EMR Shielding Paint


ECOS Interior EMR Shielding paint uses high quality nickel to provide shielding against ELF, VLF, and EMR radiation. Having a dark grey color, it is intended to be over-painted by ECOS wall paint. This EMR shielding paint is suitable for use on primed walls, floors, and ceilings. Not only does it help protect against harmful radiation, it doesn’t release traditional paint odors. If you’re in the market for a dependable, long-lasting paint, choose ECOS interior EMR shielding paint today.
  • ✔ Zero VOC1
  • ✔ No Odor2


  • 1Conforms to CDPH 01350 (VOC emissions test taken at 14 days).
  • 2No traditional paint (polyurethane) odor, which can cause headaches, nausea, and respiratory issues.

Features and FunctionalityCertifications and Rating Systems
High quality European pigmentsDeclare Label
Simple to applyHPD Third Party Verified
Fast drying8260B VOCs (Liquid State GC/MS)
Water based, so easy clean up
Can be applied in occupied spaces without discomfort
No traditional paint/polyurethane odor
No glycol and zero VOC pigments
No added pesticides, herbicides, fungicides
Typical coverage*:
550 to 600
sq. ft./gallon
Recommended Number of Coats:
* Depends on the porosity of the substrate, coverage is for a single coat
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Stir gently and thoroughly before use.
Apply in two medium coats with a 6 - 9" foam or short pile gloss roller, ensure the first coat is fully dry before recoating (minimum of 4hrs). Normally touch dry in 1-2 hours.
Once the ELF shielding wallpaint is dry it can be finished by over-coating with any of our wall paints and, once earthed, the shielding paint is activated against both high and low frequency radiations.
If protection is needed against high frequencies only (microwaves, mobile telephone masts, etc.) then grounding is not necessary. However, for full shielding efficiency, it is essential that this product be earthed (grounded). This can easily be achieved as follows:
  1. Turn OFF the power to all electrical circuits in the area. If in doubt about how to do this, consult a qualified electrician.
  2. Loosen the screws of all the light switch and power socket panels.
  3. When painting, extend the paint over the edge of the metal box behind the plate, as this should be grounded.
  4. If boxes are plastic, a grounding wire should be extended to the edge of the box and this used as the grounding point for the paint.

Comprehensive Application Instructions can be found here.